College News - Archive 2018
Advancing gene therapy for skin cancer
A USask researcher has developed compounds for delivering gene therapy that are 20 per cent less toxic than ones used currently, and are more compatible with the body.
Pharmacy and nutrition students named to Huskie Athletics All-Academic Team
Congratulations to our students who were named to the Huskie Athletics All-Academic Team for the 2017-18 season.
2019 Alumni Hall of Fame Inductees
The new Alumni Hall of Fame recognizes those who have made significant and sustained contributions to their profession.
Staff Spotlight: Shannon Wiens
Shannon joined the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition in the role of Administration and Planning Specialist in May of 2015.
Gift in memory of pharmacy alumnus
Marguerite Eleanor Read bequeathed $100,000 from her estate to the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition to establish an award in memory of her brother, Charles Henry Kouri (BSP 1957)....
New scholarship announced in honour of Dr. Alfred Remillard
The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition is pleased to announce the new Dr. Alfred Remillard Scholarship in Pharmacy Mental Health. The award will recognize academic excellence and re...
SHRF grants fund new college research
The Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation has recently awarded research grants to three College of Pharmacy and Nutrition faculty members.
U of S pharmacy PhD student’s gene therapy research earning awards and accolades
Mays Al-Dulaymi was working as a pharmacist overseas in Jordan when she soon realized that she wanted to do more to help patients.
RxFiles moves to University of Saskatchewan
An internationally recognized program to assist doctors and pharmacists in deciding which drugs to prescribe is moving to the U of S.
Twenty-year partnership helping thousands in Ethiopia
Small seeds are powering the goal of feeding tens of thousands in Ethiopia, a country with one of the highest rates of food insecurity in the world.
Staff Spotlight: Poppy Lowe
Poppy is a registered dietitian who graduated from the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition after doing her internship with the Saskatoon Health Region in 2005.
94 U of S students attend PDW
With 94 delegates at the 2018 CAPSI Professional Development week, the University of Saskatchewan had an impressive showing at the national conference.